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ASU official killed by familiar face

A slain ASU administrator was likely stabbed and left to die by a man that he knew, according to Phoenix police.

John Babb, a 56-year-old east Phoenix resident and assistant vice provost for information technology at ASU, was killed in his home sometime on Saturday, said Phoenix police spokesman Tony Morales.

City still waiting for 2 a.m. last call impact

The only people experiencing more headaches from the extra hour of alcohol sales might be the bar patrons themselves.

Both Tempe police and some local bar managers said they have not seen an increase in drinking-related problems since the state's last call was extended to 2 a.m.

Cartoonist receives national recognition

Most people can only dream about getting paid to doodle, but one ASU student is one step closer to that goal.

Tony Carrillo, a cartoonist for The State Press and a recent drawing graduate from ASU's school of art, took top honors in an mtvU national college cartoonist contest.
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Walter ends storied career on sour note


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Walter is escorted by teammates out of Arizona stadium in Tucson following the Sun Devilsí 34-27 loss to the Wildcats on Nov. 26.
Andrew Walter considered the possibility of getting injured after deciding to stay at ASU for his senior season, and not bolting for the NFL.

"Landing on my shoulder and not being able to throw or something; that would be the worst case scenario," he said. "I probably wouldn't be drafted as high, but hopefully after some surgery and a whole mess of rehab, I would be able to give it a go."
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Defeat of Valparaiso takes Evans down memory lane

This time, ASU men's basketball head coach Rob Evans made sure not to leave anything to chance.

Facing Valparaiso for the first time since his Mississippi squad was shocked in the opening round of the 1998 NCAA tournament, Evans discovered different results Wednesday with a lopsided victory that set the tone for another postseason run.
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Path of Progression


Andrew Benson
Passionate independent business owners committed to maintaining the vitality of Tempe have opened their doors and cleared their walls for the Tempe Final Friday Artwalk. Final Friday is a trip to the independent side of Tempe -- an escape from the corporate megaplex of Mill Avenue.
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Pack it in, pack it out

Sleeping on the ground, going without a shower for days and cooking meals with mice scurrying around the ingredients are just a few perks that go along with camping. Add in Leave No Trace ethics to the experience, and you've got a full-blown nature lover's paradise.
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Fresh sounds

Butch Walker Self-deprecating rocker Location: Georgia Butch Walker loved heavy metal in his youth. He played in bands, but as he grew older so did his tastes. He then founded punk-influenced pop band Marvelous 3. That band had one huge single, "Freak of the Week," and then broke up.
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